Two data sets on Dascyllus trimaculatus (three-spot damselfish), one on the distribution of settlement densities to empty anemones across time and space, the other on survival (recruitment) of arriving settlers as a function of experimentally manipulated densities from Schmitt et al. (1999).
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Three data frames:
settlement site (location)
monthly settlement pulse
observation within pulse
density of settlers per 0.1 m2 anemone
anemone area in cm2
initial settler density
surviving density after 6 months
target experimental density of settlers on experimental anemones
mean surviving density after 6 months, by target density
standard error of survivor density, by target density
Schmitt et al. (1999), "Quantifying the effects of multiple processes on local abundance", Ecology Letters 2:294-303. DOI: 10.1046/j.1461-0248.1999.00086.x (Original data kindly provided by Schmitt and Holbrook.) The original version of this data set is available from the Moorea Coral Reef LTER data repository.
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